Lush has come out with a range of bath bombs, bubble bars, gift packs, knot wraps, lip products and more for this year’s Valentine’s Day collection. I initially had my eyes on the Tender is the Night naked shower cream, as well as the Tunnel of Love Soap. Upon discovering these two items came in a set with the Valentine’s Day lip scrub, as well as a hand cream scrub, I thought it was worth getting as a set.
I discovered this little bottle of skin-loving goodness when at the Brisbane Mecca Maxima Grand (re)Opening. I’ve used almost a third of the bottle in just over a month, so that’s a good indication of how this review is going to go!
Mario Badescu is a cruelty-free skincare brand that has pricing close to drugstore products, but performs as well, if not better than high end items! I selected the smaller sized bottle (118mL) and paid only $9 AUD, which is really cheap for what you get. They also have a 236mL size for $17, which I’ll be purchasing next time.
It smells of rosewater and feels beautiful against the skin. I love using this as an all-over mist throughout the day, and I definitely feel like it boost my skin’s appearance. I’ve also noticed less breakouts while using this product.
If you love good, easy, cruelty-free skincare, I highly recommend trying this. It can be used to set makeup, soothe or give skin a quick boost. You can spray it on your face, hair or body, making it the perfect all-rounder skincare product.
Probably the most popular of all Lush’s holiday releases, the Snow Fairy range is back for Christmas 2017. Snow Fairy’s signature scent comes in the form of a Jelly Bomb, Body Conditioner, Reusable Bubble Bar, Sparkle Jar, Naked Shower Gel, Naked Body Conditioner, Cold Pressed Soap, Fun, and the one I picked up, the Shower Gel.
The moment you reach Level 3 Mecca Beauty Loop status…you know you have a serious makeup problem! Here’s what I received in my first Level 3 (and third overall) Beauty Loop box!
I’ve tried a bunch of Glamglow’s masks and can confidently say the only two I really enjoy are the Gravity Mud and Thirsty Mud. However, due to the $98 AUD price tag, I wasn’t going to be purchasing either any time soon. Key word: wasn’t.